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  1. Thread: Brexit vote

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    Beautiful!

    Beautiful!
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    Poll: Yeah, poor Yorick - first and last day on the job...

    Yeah, poor Yorick - first and last day on the job at Roguetech. :candle:
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    Poll: Bull - my point HAD NOTHING to do with the second...

    Bull - my point HAD NOTHING to do with the second freaking amendment - I don't even support new bans at this point.

    You: :whoosh:
  4. Thread: New Toy!

    by Teallaura
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    New Toy!

    I've wanted a drawing pad/tablet for the longest. I'd saved up for the one Sparky recommended... five years ago... :uhoh: but then got cold feet looking at newer ones.

    Anyway, saw a paid...
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    Poll: You also modified a Red Rider to make it into a...

    You also modified a Red Rider to make it into a jet gun. Thankfully, CP broke it before the test fire - fyi, the jet is supposed to be in the ammo, not the gun.

    :twitch:
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    Poll: *emphasis mine This is only true for the...

    *emphasis mine

    This is only true for the details of legislation - not for the principle of the issue. It's a bad argument to make - how well does 'sit down and shut up' usually work with you?
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    Poll: :poke: That's the topic, not a singular point. ...

    :poke: That's the topic, not a singular point.


    :teeth:
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    Poll: That was NOT my point. That was derived from...

    That was NOT my point. That was derived from Jim's argument, but it wasn't even the particular point he made. I disagree with his conclusion - but agree with the point you STILL haven't evidently...
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    Poll: Ah - wasn't worried about the rest - just didn't...

    Ah - wasn't worried about the rest - just didn't catch this part. Thanks! :smile:
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    Poll: Stop right there. Hunting was not a part of the...

    Stop right there. Hunting was not a part of the point - you are arguing over an example but still not addressing the point.

    Go back, read what I actually wrote and then address the bleeping point...
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    Poll: It also gets old when people get stuck on details...

    It also gets old when people get stuck on details and miss the point...:whistle:
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    Poll: I grew up with morons that brought back stubby...

    I grew up with morons that brought back stubby little dead deer with their trusty .22's - and I've been shot at at least twice (was never 100% sure about the third one) by the same morons - there's a...
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    Poll: Er, maybe - I've seen too many stuffed deer...

    Er, maybe - I've seen too many stuffed deer attributed to a .22 - but raising the caliber doesn't negate the point, does it?

    :poke: Which wasn't even related to the point - or what I said - and...
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    Poll: They have a valid point when dealing with the...

    They have a valid point when dealing with the specifics of legislation, but not when debating the principle.
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    It assumes knowledge is always truth - which is...

    It assumes knowledge is always truth - which is not true ("retrograde motion") - but it isn't a semantics issue.
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    Poll: Lil, I grant I don't know a lot, but I'm pretty...

    Lil, I grant I don't know a lot, but I'm pretty sure a semi-auto anything is more of a force multiplier than a .22 deer rifle. Also, 'tiny statistical reality' isn't a good defense for letting...
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    Poll: Because they outnumber the 'Constitution be...

    Because they outnumber the 'Constitution be darned, steal their stuff' lunatics - and gun control advocates. Riling them up only guarantees they will win.
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    Poll: The prohibition movement was in response to off...

    The prohibition movement was in response to off the charts levels of alcoholism. Weekend binges don't compare to alcoholics that can't function any longer.

    There were negatives - but they have...
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    Poll: No, the gang/politician relationship already...

    No, the gang/politician relationship already existed. The new market provided new money which did exacerbate matters - but didn't create them.
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    Poll: Jim, I respect standing on principle - but I...

    Jim, I respect standing on principle - but I admire effectively standing on principle. I don't respect abject stupidity in a presidential candidate.

    What is going to happen is that gun proponents...
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    :whack:

    :whack:
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    https://youtu.be/ZJL4UGSbeFg

    https://youtu.be/ZJL4UGSbeFg
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    Poll: Dunno - not clear on why this matters? :huh: ...

    Dunno - not clear on why this matters? :huh:

    And no, I don't agree with him - I just don't get this.
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    Poll: I'll grant the second but Tammany Hall came well...

    I'll grant the second but Tammany Hall came well before Prohibition. Government corruption was neither new nor particularly greater (granting some historic ebb and flow).
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    I'm daily gendered - it changes every day....

    I'm daily gendered - it changes every day. Feeling kinda mauve with a touch of fluffy gendered today!

    :smile:
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